Why Make This PF70 UC FR 2019-P Australia 1 Kilo Year of the Pig Lunar Silver Proof the Next Addition to Your Collection?
Some of the most popular Lunar coins are those that are issued by Australia. Australia's Lunar Series II will reach its conclusion in 2019 with the Year of the Pig design. The Year of the Pig silver proof shown here weighs 1 kilogram, it's made of .9999 fine silver. It was struck by the Perth Mint.
2019 Year of the Pig Design
Since this coin was issued by Australia, the obverse features an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. This portrait is the work of Ian Rank-Broadley. The date is at the bottom of the design, the silver content and face value can also be found here.
The Year of the Pig design on the reverse shows a number of pigs, 1 adult and 4 piglets actually. The Chinese character for pig is just above the adult.
NGC PF70 UC FR
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation was chosen to grade this proof. This specimen is completely flawless, so it was awarded a perfect Proof 70 grade. It was also given the Ultra Cameo designation for its stunning visual contrast. In addition, it was received by NGC within 30 days of release, meaning that it has qualified for the highly desirable First Releases designation. This is noted on the label.
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This 2019-P Australia Year of the Pig 1 Kilo Silver Lunar (Series 2) Proof $30 Coin NGC PF70 UC FR is proudly minted by the Perth Mint. The Perth Mint was established in 1899. Today it produces popular series, including the Kookaburra, Koala, and Kangaroo series.
|Year of Issue:||2019|
|Release Type:||First Releases|
|Display Weight:||1 Kilo|
|Weight in Grams:||1,000 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||32.1507 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Queen Elizabeth II Portrait|
|Reverse Design:||Domesticated Pig with Four Piglets|
|Reverse Designer/Engraver:||Ian Rank-Broadley|
February 5, 2019 marks the Chinese New Year and also the start of the Year of the Pig. A variety of different Lunar-themed pieces have been issued by the world’s mints, including both bullion and commemorative coins in silver, gold, and other metals.